Super Robot Taisen OG Saga: Endless Frontier Sequel Announced

By Spencer . October 6, 2009 . 9:17am

superexceedMonolith Soft is working on Super Robot Taisen OG Saga: Endless Frontier Exceed and like the title suggests it “exceeds” the original, according to the developers. Endless Frontier Exceed has twice the amount of content compared to the previous game.

 

Twice the amount of T&A too? You decide. Meet Neige Hausen, the game’s heroine, a 117 year old fairy from a respected family.

 

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Get ready to travel through multiple universes (again) when Super Robot Taisen OG Saga: Endless Frontier Exceed comes out on the DS this winter.



  • Kris

    Games need longer titles.

  • http://www.siliconera.com/ Ishaan

    Thaaaaat’s right, Nintendo. Put that Monolith Soft acquisition to good use!

    • kylehyde

      Come on, I know the first game was far from being epic, but it was really, really fun, so funny that I’m really excited for this sequel (Yay more boobs).

      • http://denpanosekai.blogspot.com denpanosekai

        Hell yes more boobs.
        Anyway I don’t think you quite got Ishaan’s point.

    • http://www.nisamerica.com NickyD

      I can only hope someday we’ll see a proper treatment of “Episode 5,” if you catch my drift. That second disc was literally rushed to completion so they didn’t cannibalize sales of Final Fantasy VIII, or vice versa more likely.

      • Ereek

        Oh, definitely.

        I would kill, and buy a Wii, for that. That would be a dream come true.

    • MadMirko

      Because all developers are just one team each, working on a single title at a time, right? :/

      This one is headed by a guy who came in from Banpresto, who also directed the first one (which was CO-developed by Monolith Soft) and has no experience in anything besides SRW. If this isn’t your cup of tea you should be glad, as there won’t be any ruining of an already established series. I know a good few people who really liked the first installment, and I’ll be among them if they can cut down on those lenghty battles a bit.

      Also, Monado: Beginning of the World.

      • http://www.siliconera.com/ Ishaan

        Come on man, I love Nintendo and Monolith Soft both, but I can’t believe they showed Monado at E3. It looks terrible, it really does. If that’s what Monolith is working on after Disaster: Day of Crisis…well…ugh.

        Edit: I thought I should elaborate a little. I’m holding Monolith up to the same bar as Nintendo now that they’re part of the company. We’ve always — even prior to the release of Metroid Prime — had those expectations of Retro Studios, so I don’t see why Monolith should be treated any differently. And in comparison to almost anything that NCL would put out, Monado looks disgusting and unpolished.

        • MadMirko

          I brought Monado up to show that 1 developer = 1 title is nonsense. Monado is far from finished, and who knows how it will turn out. It definitely has a bigger chance to become a title YOU are looking forward to.

          My original point was that the person responsible for the sequel to OG Saga was not part of the Monolith Soft you say you liked. I don’t see how games developed by that side of the company, and a game so early in development that mainly placeholders were visible would change anything for you.

          No offense, but I sense GAF-worthy hyperbole.

          • http://www.siliconera.com/ Ishaan

            I just feel like Monolith could be put to far better use as they have proven themselves capable of creating new, interesting IP in the past. I wonder if this is some sort of an agreement between Nintendo and Namco — to let a certain Monolith team work on SRW and Dragonball games.

    • nyobzoo

      Except it’s Namco Bandai who’s publishing this game.

  • http://www.myspace.com/Juan_Rod bluejuan85

    This game doesn’t wow me like the original did will wait for more screens/info to be impressed.

  • weathervane

    The first was fun enough, so I’d be up for a second. I can’t possibly imagine that it sold well enough for Atlus to justify bringing over the sequel, though.

  • pedrron

    The first one was such a let down. I’m a wait for a price drop for this one.

  • Trotmeister

    Won’t be difficult to “exceed” the original, since it was such a ridiculous piece of crap.

  • Pichi

    I wonder if it’ll have the cameo characters like the first one. Will wait for more information.

  • Saturnus

    I’m excited for this, I quite enjoyed the first.

    What is the artwork of on the link for this on the front page? (Those tiny square pictures before the main article… knowhatimean?)

  • http://www.aksysgames.com/ Akselziys

    Personally I loved the first one and was hoping for a sequel, so I’m quite psyched :D I’m hoping for some more Xenosaga cameos too!

    • overlord_laharl

      Same here LOL

      I aprove this in the senator court “yes” XD

  • doubletaco

    Well-endowed heroine voiced by Nana Mizuki?

    Sold.

    • Aoshi00

      Haven’t played the first game yet, but even more sold if it has a theme song sung by Mizuki Nana, that girl can sing.

  • cj_iwakura

    Needs more Reiji & Xiaomu. They’re the only reason I bought the first one.

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